Monday or Mondays

It is interesting to know the usage of words Monday and Mondays. In this article, we will learn how to use Monday or Mondays in a sentence.

How to use Monday or Mondays?

Monday is a name of a day of the week. The plural form of Monday is “Mondays“. Generally, “Mondays” is used in the sense of “every Monday“.

For example

  • I will write a blog on Monday. (Correct)
  • I always write a blog on Monday. (Wrong)
  • I always write a blog on Mondays. (Correct)
  • I always write a blog every Monday. (Correct)

What is a preposition?

Prepositions are a very important part of the English language. Prepositions are words that show the relation of a noun or pronoun to some other word in the sentence. Prepositions usually come before a noun or pronoun.

Some examples of prepositions are at, by, for, in, near, on, off, and under.

We use prepositions to show the following:

  • The location of an object or person
  • The time when an action happens
  • The way in which an action is done
  • The cause of something happening
  • The reason why someone or something does something
  • A description of how someone or something looks, sounds, smells, tastes, feels, etc.
  • A description of what someone or something is made from (material)

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